Iron Mule features the best in short comedy films on the First Sunday of every month. -- buy tickets
NEXT SHOW: December 7
LAST MONTH'S WINNING FILMS
UPCOMING FILMS: December 2014


The Leonard Nimoy Thalia
2537 Broadway at 95th Street
New York, New York

7:30pm
Buy tickets here!

WANNA BE A STAR?
Come to an Iron Mule screening and YOU can be picked to star in a film! Each month we randomly pick an audience member to star in a film to be shown the following month at Iron Mule.
AFTER PARTY
Join us after the show at
Bar Thalia
HOW TO SUBMIT

or download entry forms

Mail submissions to:
Iron Mule
PO Box 1484
New York, NY 10113

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Questions? E-mail us at ironmulenyc@gmail.com


DICTIONARY MODELS
Jason Coates's DICTIONARY MODELS wins judge's and audience's awards at the November 2nd screening!
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WHITE BLOOD CELL SAVES CHRISTMAS
WHITE BLOOD CELL SAVES CHRISTMAS
Santa is too ill to deliver presents! Can White Blood Cell save Christmas? An Iron Mule seasonal favorite!
written by Tate English, directed by Dano Johnson
and animated by Dano Johnson
JIM MORRISON'S BIG COMEBACK
JIM MORRISON'S BIG COMEBACK
Jim Morrison faked his death in 1971, and this time he's gonna get it right.
written and directed by Jason Petrovitch
HIGHWAY OF HELL
HIGHWAY OF HELL
A most uncharming story of growing up on Long Island.
written and directed by Carolyn and Andy London
CAESAR
CAESAR
You don't have to be a gladiator to be a fighter.
written and directed by Karen di Porto
GOODNIGHT JEEEVES
GOODNIGHT JEEEVES
The classic tale of a man and his butler. But a little off.
written and directed by Asher Muldoon
THE HERO SUPER
THE HERO SUPER
Muggers beware his wrench nun-chucks and keychain brass knuckles!
written by Tim Groves and Derek Taylor Kent, directed by Geoffrey Plitt
WHY I MAKE MOVIES
WHY I MAKE MOVIES
The most honest movie eve made about the film festival scene.
written and directed by Sam Frazier, Jr.
HANKY PANKY
HANKY PANKY
A blind date between a napkin expert and a free-spirited Bohemian goes surprisingly well thanks to the efforts of two eccentric napkins.
written by Nick Roth and Toby Bryan, directed by Lindsey Haun
HILL OF BEANS
HILL OF BEANS
Part of the "Wanna Be a Star?" contest, starring audience member Shelly Addi!
written and directed by Pamela Wess
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